US regains top spot for fastest supercomputer
An IBM supercomputer developed for US government nuclear simulations and to study climate change and the human genome has been recognized as the world's fastest.
Intel manager gives Android poor grades on multi-core
JDI develops a 2.3 inch LCD display packed at 651ppi
Marvell's wireless chip set to raise connection fever
Intel lines up 14 Ivy Bridge processors
LG Display will release HD panel for smartphones
NHK shows downsized Super Hi-Vision video camera
Nvidia trumpets Tegra 3 phone design wins for 2012
OmniVision tops up sensors for cameras, phones
Buffalo shows SSDs with MRAM at Japan show
Pixel Qi says it has a tablet screen as good as iPad' Retina but uses far less power
In a small-device world, bigger may still be better
In the early days, standard computers could be as large as a single story house. Over the last several decades, many development efforts have focused on shrinking them for use in the home and eventually anywhere in the world ...
IBM, NYC hospital training Watson supercomputer in cancer
The medical training of IBM's speedy Watson computer will continue with a residency at a renowned Manhattan cancer hospital.
Giving research a boost with cheaper biochips
An EPFL invention has drastically reduced the cost of producing biochips, which are used to measure glucose and drug levels in the blood and to detect biomolecules and cellular signals. This development could ...